Kentucky GOP Supermajority Hinges on Six Still Undecided Races

Republican hopes of maintaining the party’s supermajority in the state House of Representatives hinge on the results of six races that are still too close to call, including one race in western Kentucky where the candidates are separated by just one vote.

Cumulatively, fewer than 100 votes separate the candidates in the six outstanding House races.

Candidates have until Tuesday at 4 p.m. to ask for a recanvass, a process through which election officials double-check vote totals to make sure there are no mistakes.

Recanvasses rarely change the outcome of elections. After that, candidates could ask for a recount, but they would have to pay for it themselves.

Source: MG News

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